College offers to defer tuition costs
Friday, March 15, 2013
Columbia College is deferring tuition costs for military service members affected by the federal sequester.
The college will defer charges for the term beginning March 25, while military students seek other funding. For those unable to secure other financial assistance, the college will offer a no-liability withdrawal policy or and extended six-month payment plan for those affected.
To participate in the plan, students must be eligible for military tuition assistance; have a current Free Application for Federal Student Aid form on file at the college and defer tuition until April 26. Students who meet the above criteria will have the opportunity to withdraw from class through April 26 without financial or academic liability and will be offered a six-month payment plan with the first payment due April 26.
More like this story
- Columbia College to defer tuition costs for military service members affected by Sequester
- Columbia College to defer tuition costs for military service members affected by government shutdown
- Columbia College extends tuition deferment
- Shutdown causes headaches for military students
- Don't forget insurance with college-bound kids
Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.
Please review our Policies and Procedures before registering or commenting